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israel and palestinians come to the table and talk to the final stages of issues, including jerusalem, including refugees, including borders when they do it themselves. we can wish for all we want it in the end you've got to have direct talks between the direct party to get a two-state solution we want. >> thank you, mr. speaker. prime minister will be aware that on the order of tomorrow's business, there's a debate in my name to mark the 40th anniversary of the expulsion of asians from uganda and the arrival in the uk. however, because of the need for a statement on the leveson inquiry, it's likely my debate may not be faced. i fully appreciate it. however, with the prime minister acknowledge the importance and the need for having such a need and will he do whatever he can to assure that i'm given another case? >> i think the reaction of colleagues from right across the house shows that he speaks for the whole house and avoid the whole country in wanting to speak up for the ugandan asians taking your country in the 1970s who made the most fantastic contribution to our national life,
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